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Question on repairing cracks in GT Tailights by darbysan
Started on: 01-30-2015 01:14 PM
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Last post by: Lou6t4gto on 01-30-2015 01:41 PM
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I am preparing to do the "paint and Clear" repair on my GT tailights. I noticed that I have some cracks appearing in the portion of the light that I will be painting, and I wondered if I should attempt any sort of repair before painting.
I was thinking I should take a dremel and slightly grind out the crack, fill with plastic epoxy, sand flush.

Would appreciate your opinions / experiences.



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That lense looks like the Only thing it's good for is Using it for a fiberglass "Mold" for makinga panel for aftermarket tail lights. It's so "brittle" I doubt it will even hold till you get it back together. thats what I do with them. Just my oppinion.
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